No valid source drive to choose (11032) error
I am trying to image a 120GB hard drive connected to the IDE channel of an Intel DP965LT motherboard. WinXP Pro is installed and the computer is able to boot into the OS. I'm using the onboard LAN and the most recent drivers have been added to Ghost. The ghost client was remotely installed successfully. When the image task is started the computer will reboot into DOS and begin to load the Ghost gui. However, the program does not fully load and the computer locks up.
If I create and use network boot disks to boot the source computer and connect with the Ghostcast server, the Ghost program does load. But trying to start the image session by selecting "Ghostcast...Unicast" results in the following error message "There is no valid Source Drive to choose (11032)".
If the OS drive is instead connected to a Promise Ultra133TX expansion card then drive can be imaged successfully.
Does anyone know why this would occur and whether there is a solution that would allow me image the OS drive when it is connected to the IDE channel on the motherboard?